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  • Healthy fresh veggies
    Eating raw food can help you fight cancer
    Raw food can serve as one of your most powerful weapons in the fight against cancer. Doctor's Health Press reported on May 25, 2015, a raw food diet primarily focuses on eating fruits and vegetables which are known to kill cancer cells. The...
  • Dr. Ottoviano share cancer prevention info
    Dr. Ottoviano share cancer prevention info
    Spending a Saturday morning at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center can be an exciting time. The Women’s Program hosted an event to raise cancer awareness and to remind women, who are often the caregivers, to take care of themselves. There...
  • Taylor Swift
    Taylor Swift needed by Dover Police Department for 13 year old cancer patient
    Yes, the Dover Police Department are looking for Taylor Swift but not for the usual reasons a police department would be looking for someone. Sometimes a story comes across your desk that you just have to cover. On May 21, 2015, one of those...
  • Cancer survivors
    Shameless family makes mockery of cancer donations; now too broke to pay it back
    People worldwide who have donated money to cancer charities are still reeling from the fact that they were duped. Their sympathies were played upon by embezzlers who took advantage of the fear and horror that is connected with this devastating...
  • Chemo Before Surgery can Improve your Chances
    Chemo Before Surgery can Help Some Cancer Patients
    Though the rates at which are being diagnosed with ovarian cancer has been decreasing over the last twenty years, a little over 21,000 women will receive the news this year that they have the disease. While 14,000 will die from it —making...
  • FTC cancer charity suit alleges 'meals at Hooters, Victoria Secret purchases'
    FTC cancer charity suit alleges 'meals at Hooters, Victoria Secret purchases'
    Cancer sufferers have already been hit with a major blow when they receive their diagnosis of the dreaded debilitating disease, but now a recent lawsuit against four cancer charities announced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and attorneys...
  • The science-based Qigong Retreat for cancer patients is coming!
    The science-based Qigong Retreat for cancer patients is coming!
    It is extremely exciting that Dr. Kevin Chen and University of Maryland are hosting an intensive Self-Healing Qigong Retreat for cancer patients. This is a great opportunity for cancer patients and their families to learn targeted, evidence...
  • Figure skating for a cause
    Figure skating for a cause
    Elite figure skaters are known for leaving the crowd breathless, performing in shows in front of adoring fans. They spend countless hours and dollars on training and becoming the best. In many ways, figure skating is a lonely sport, as it is not a...
  • Ra Sushi
    Dallas’ RA Sushi Will Host its Annual Fundraiser to Stand up to Cancer
    Dallas’ RA Sushi will host its largest annual fundraiser,“Nicky’s Week,” fromMonday, May 25, throughSunday, May 31, to help kids who are battling cancer and other life-threatening diseases.In its 11th year, the weeklong...
  • Ovarian cancer by age groups
    What is ovarian cancer? Why is ovarian cancer known as a silent killer?
    What is ovarian cancer?Ovarian cancer is a malignant evolution of cells that grow in the tissues of the ovary; the reproductive glands in which the ova, or eggs, are formed. Most ovarian cancerous tumors are either ovarian epithelial carcinomas ...
  • Alcohol use is second leading cause of oral cancers
    Alcohol use is second leading cause of oral cancers
    “Past the lips over the tongue, look stomach, here it comes.” That's the old drinking rhyme which, naturally wouldn't get into the damage alcohol does along that journey.Take a look at what 100 proof alcohol, directly applied...
  • The Need for Stability
    The Need for Stability: Part II-It’s Role in Chronic and Progressive Illnesses
    We often underestimate the need for introducing stability in the lives of people living with chronic and progressive illnesses. In Part I of this three-part series, I explained the role of stability in aging. In this second part, I’ll...
  • Super Max the Turtle, nighttime comfort for kids
    Super Max the Turtle, Cloud b and MaxLove Project bringing comfort to kids
    Childhood is often filled with joyous occasions. From every “first” to momentous accomplishments, parents and kids celebrate each new milestone. Unfortunately, not all moments are jubilant ones. Some families and their children are...
  • Staying active
    Even moderate exercise may help beat cancer
    Exercise has been linked to better prevention and more effective treatment of many types of cancer. Kansas State University reported on May 4, 2015, it has been observed that even moderate exercise may make cancer treatments more effective...
  • Terry and Diane Barter
    A look at multiple myeloma with Terry and Diane Barter
    Dr. Kenneth Anderson lends his expertiseCancer is the name for a group of more than 100 diseases. Each year globally, about 14 million people learn they have cancer, and 8 million people die from the disease. Over the last several decades we have...
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